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Top 10 most popular stories for Dec. 17-23

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Dec. 17-23, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Gwinnett police stage texting-while-driving crackdown

Gwinnett Police held an undercover crackdown on texting and driving last week, and plan to have similar periodic operations for the difficult-to-enforce law.

Former Gwinnett athlete killed, son injured in crash

Former Hebron Christian Academy pitcher Mason Felt and his father, Rick, were driving home for the holidays Saturday when a single-vehicle accident in Texas claimed the elder Felt's life.

New principal named at Duluth High School

A district-level leader with Gwinnett County Public Schools has been tapped for the principal post at Duluth High School.

Cops: Dacula rape allegation unfounded

A 14-year-old girl told Gwinnett County police earlier this month that she had been raped by a 17-year-old senior in an incident that began on Dacula High's campus.

Cops: Drunk driver hits bar patio on purpose

A Duluth man is facing DUI and drug charges, among several traffic violations, after allegedly slamming his pickup truck into the patio of a popular Norcross bar.

Snellville mayor dismisses attorney

Snellville's mayor has once again dismissed the city attorney, 13 months after Tony Powell lost the job the first time.

Grayson boy, 14, killed during apparent robbery

Gwinnett County police are investigating the believed homicide of a teenager in Grayson.

Top JUCO recruit Hooks signs with Ole Miss football

A former Meadowcreek and Brookwood standout officially signed with the Ole Miss football program Thursday morning after a crazy conclusion to his recruitment.

Lifelong Ram follows heart to Penn State

A Grayson senior, who committed to Penn State over the summer, takes a positive view on joining the Nittany Lions.

Suwanee restaurant shuts its doors

After struggling over the past year, Olde Towne Tavern & Grille in Suwanee closed its doors on Thursday.